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Yuppers...they're not included in the sale, but are listed at $100 a pop.
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It's pretty solid, I post up a pic this weekend.
This fit will still be around...I'd say it was about 50/50 on this being a bit too slim for some guys, so we're going to go with both.

Were you able to get a good pic of that Streaky Blue Chambray fabric? Would like to get a better feel for the texture to it.
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Were you able to get a good pic of that Streaky Blue Chambray fabric? Would like to get a better feel for the texture to it.

I'm so forgetful. Thanks for the reminder. I'll grab a shot of it today, and post later this AM (still dark out), but I'll do one even better for ya, I'll throw a swatch of it in an envelope and get it out to you today. Hopefully you'll have it by the weekend. smile.gif
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Couple of YH looks from the week. Rob, if I'm bringing down the thread let me know and I'll remove them!





Love both these shirts and reach for the work shirt at least once or twice a week.
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Both great fits. Especially feeling the top one!
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This week's attire. In the classroom it's hard for me to "dress up" these days, so the denim work shirts are perfect for me. 35 13 year olds in a room designed for 20 isn't conducive for wearing dress stuff too often.







This Japanese Selfedge Sample is pretty sweet, but we need a lot more denim to make this shirt as the width off the loom is terribly narrow. We have more access to it, and right now can do it as a MTO if anyone is interested. Reach out if you think this might be your steeze at $350.

this looks amazing Rob, how thick is the denim?
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Both great fits. Especially feeling the top one!

Hey thanks man, that means a lot coming from one of my style inspirations!
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Couple of YH looks from the week. Rob, if I'm bringing down the thread let me know and I'll remove them!





Love both these shirts and reach for the work shirt at least once or twice a week.

Looks GREAT man, I love that denim, and I'm about to experiment with mine...stay tuned.

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this looks amazing Rob, how thick is the denim?

The weight isn't listed, but I'd put it at 10-12oz. Pretty sturdy. I have two samples made from it, and I've been beating the hell out of this one, I'll do a side by side photo comparison of the two so you can see how the denim will age. I freaking love it.
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So....if you follow us on social media you will have seen that we had to cancel our appearance at the Washington DC American Field Show. About 1/3 of the way down, car packed to the gills we got a call that our son had an allergic reaction and my folks (who were staying with him) needed us to come home. Not the call you ever want to get as a parent, but thankfully it wasn't as serious as first thought. Hudson is fine, but unfortunately we will not be making our planned DC appearance.

However, we did have special pricing set up for the show, and will be sharing that will everyone as soon as we can get it up on our website this weekend.

Thanks so much for your messages and support.
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@NewYorkIslander glad to hear your boy is ok. It's always alarming to get the call one of your kids is unwell.

@duff406 thanks for the kind words.
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Hey - I was hoping for sizing recs on the denim workshirt. I generally wear size 38; Epaulet M generally fits well. Thanks in advance for the help!

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Scary stuff. Glad he is OK Rob


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Without getting into the details had a terrific "customer service" experience with Yellow Hook.

I've always believed it's the small and personal experiences that make great brands stand out.

Thanks a lot Rob!
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Without getting into the details had a terrific "customer service" experience with Yellow Hook.

I've always believed it's the small and personal experiences that make great brands stand out.

Thanks a lot Rob!

Welcome to the club! Rob and Courtney are top notch folks.
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Hey - I was hoping for sizing recs on the denim workshirt. I generally wear size 38; Epaulet M generally fits well. Thanks in advance for the help!

I'm the same, maybe a 40" chest and pushing a M-L in EP shirts. I wear a YH2 in teh workshirts and a YH1 in teh dress shirts. Hope that helps. FWIW I'm 5'9" and 165-170 lbs.
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